Social Events
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Armchair Excursions

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We may not be able to get together socially at the moment and are missing everyone’s company during lockdown.

Our Social Committee have always tried to provide a mix of social events/day trips for you all and although some of our plans for the early part of this year have been scuppered we have some suggestions for you to try from the comfort of your own home.



Why not watch a show at home? Take a look at the British Theatre website under the heading “Stuck at Home”

They have a rolling programme of shows/plays etc., each with an option to watch. Just be aware that you may have to pay a small subscription fee for some shows.


Another virtual theatre option is via the website, if you sign up to their newsletter (for free), you’ll receive regular email updates about shows that are available to view from home.



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both continue to provide the best variety of virtual tours.

Some events are free of charge and others are for a small fee.



NATIONAL GARDEN SCHEME have a series of "behind the scenes" online talks - all for £10, with an opportunity to make a further donation.


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SUSSEX WILDLIFE TRUST also host a number of interesting online events.

To see what is available, select the link and then look at “What’s On” from the drop-down menu at the top of your screen. Scroll down the page and then view month by month what virtual events are available. Select the ones you are interested in and follow the on-screen instructions.


Ronnie Scotts

If you are interested in Jazz/Swing music, there are two websites that might be of interest to Ronnie Scott’s, who are streaming some performances.

You can see what is available by viewing their website and “What’s On” page to see a month-by-month view of live streamed events

By subscribing to their free newsletter, you can receive regular email updates of music events that are being shown live.

Although they are streaming events for free, they are seeking donations which go direct to the performers to help them through these difficult times.


The Jive Aces

Every night since just before the first lockdown, they have been doing a free, online show at 8.30 p.m.

If you use Facebook, you can find their page, select “like” and then you’ll be notified just before each show starts.

Alternatively, you can visit their website, where you can sign up for their free newsletters and you’ll then get regular updates of what’s on.

Turn up the volume, get your dancing shoes on and have a great evening!